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The "ability to dislodge stasis, melancholy, or sedateness into spirited motion is the secret logic networking if not sequentially harnessing the Zen koans" (341).
Hence the places once provided stuff to its dwellers and the whole region came out of their houses to sense beauty in an ideal haven by trespassing conventional bounds of sedateness as they dipped into the graceful nature to drink from its rejuvenated sounds and sights, are fast heading towards an inevitable end in grace and aesthetic features.
There's the hedonism of booze and gambling coupled with the sedateness of chinless aristos.
With all this excitement at high altitude, the sedateness of the Fairmont Vancouver Hotel in which we stayed was a welcome change.
Wolfe then spends several pages describing the Yellowstone country, including the Northern Pacific station, and "the waitress with the tired face, and yet with charm, sedateness, and intelligence" (51).
At first, knowing Wilson had the leading role, I didn't want to take it seriously, but he blends the right amount of humour and sedateness that the role demands.
A sedateness, a care, an economy, an industry, took possession of them, to which there seemed to be no bounds but in their physical strength.
Her sedateness and relations to us are rendered truthfully" (Kuzminskaya 291-92).